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Amid a Blaze of
THIRD ANNUAL MEET
Immense Crowds Here Each
Governor-Elect Cole L. Blease Speal
Day. Exhibits Were Fine. I
The Third Annual Pickens
County Fair come to a close
Friday ni^ht amid a crown of
splendor and a blaze of tflory.
We make the statement without
fear of contradiction that it
is, and was, the very host county
fair ever held in tho South,
and the equal of many state
The people arc indebted to
noil. yco. r>. ijCii.ue, im tut;
success of the fair. To him bo
the praise. His, was the master
mind thai conceived it, and
his was the hand that carried
it to its successful close and the
fruition of all here was apparent.
The various committees were
?j;lad to work for its success and
(li-it tlimr tm Ale
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Legare with their plans for the
fair and were only too pleased
to act on any suggestion ho
Many, many favorable com -,
ments were made about the various
exhibits and amusement
During the three days of the'
fair fullv 25000 neople were in I
Pickens, and despite the incleni- i
ency of the weather, a splendid
crowd was here to see and hear
the governor-elect. Cole 1j.
Please. Space forbids our giving
an epitome of his remarks.
The programme for the first
day. as published, was carried
out, except the automobile procession.
TI,o \VT ( ) W W'iki fine
and was drawn by four large
gray horses blanketed in the
The Govern.>i *s ehariol was i
liiin.'?'of heau'y, decked in Mags
and w< odnian colors and
t rimmed in the na! i- n;;' ? ??i<lis
and Mowers and was drawn It.
four I a rice j<-t hlack muleA
mid i he downpour <>! i >ii .
\ lie 1 (on. L. r>!< ;; -f u'.i:p
on a sea of upturned faces. ;iud
as lie spoken!' Woodcraft ;i:i?i
its I m n i I i i s 11? mankind and
society, iic was a I his he^t and
his speech was a :.;'e:u.
Oni' <?i th.f ino? ! uni jiie and
I)! e:' si ; i > < i : i t :: r. i .' t i i Cm i r
\v;is iur Mrs* (lav' pa r:i:ic. when
lliiluar Morris and !?'.s wi'r. inipet
soral inji indian^ i?pr?- utoi
t hr camp of K?'<| Mi ii. It \v;is n
siilciiilid l!o;il. Tiir wmuo'i was
Iraw11 i>\ a pair of 111;11< hnl ox
a ;ind llw t?'p"c was on ; h<
back t'lai <>i' the wafion a11 <i in
t!a (ioor saJ Mrs. M. ivsplcnneni
i i her war pa in I.. I?? :->#!.-. I cat h
i <!( ( ii it ion .. 111 I i p i > tv
'l iif boiling |?o!. iiinr.c on ;i I r i
]>n(i over lii?- >ih<> iir.r fire, \v,i.->
(Mi i !i?' ! iviiiI. mix! I-'iiu'.n in bis
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pr:iiso i : < < uiii;' t as
vv -II ;? i hey did.
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m;m tin- Ii fI .-'-n Viwrold
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Glory Fair Gloses
OF PICKENS COUNTY
Day and Everybody Enjoyed
ts First Day. Balloon Assends Each
\musemsnt Features Perfect.
son. of this count v. who is a
natural born musician. Ho
piekod the banjo to perfection,
and his brothers, one older and
one younger, elicited great applause
with their buck and
wing dancing. These children]
are musical progedies and Will
will do them a great injustice if
lie doesn't give them a thorough
I I M IMv ell VUlU-CltlUIl.
The balloon ascensions wore
made each (lay, in the evening,
and was witnessed each day by
thousands. Mrs. Moore made
some very pretty ascensions and
was well nleased with the work
she did and the treatment accorded
S i President, "mamma's
black babv boy." was here and
many were the base-balls that
were thrown at his head. Si is
a UCHI^UI ell III 11/ Wilrt oiri (loin
that any 011c won a ciujar
oh of him.
The merry-go-round broke
down Friday morning, but
while it was running it did a
land office business. More than
three thousand people rode 011 it
Thursday. T h e proprietors,
Messrs. Love and Buchanan
wore well pleased with their
trip to Pickens and spoke in the
highest terms of praise of our
town, our people, our fair and
the kind and courteous treatment
accorded 1 hem.
The moving picture shosv, one
of t lie best of its kind we ever
saw, run !>v Joe 11. Lawrence,
did a ^cuiil business and lie was
well pleased with his treatment,
s.-: much that he remained in
i'ieki us until this (Thursday)
llaunahan's (jloat and Moni
i 11 i \v . ~ ; i i 1 1m I : i ( 111 I ] -- -
i; rd." ! lie pn>p) ii't<>r, in 51is
on 11:?* iiiilsitic iwvcr 1 <>1 < 1
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sll .ii!:l v i;,.t I !,? \' found lo !)i*
I.m . i: i.i ill"-;, wt'iil inside.
liannaiiati Wiis well plea rd
v. i! a n:., low i). s h, people. 1 lull
11 a nd I kind and < < mi n coils
11 '-;;; niciil iicciirded him. i
a a vt ii- a mil i n ii'iu ia! < ?rv <\i, d
to pn'nlish showing his ; 11 <>! ? !
a*, i.mi, ;isi<i nivs it we iiaviM lair
Iwt: i.e..; .far, he cer'.ainly v. ili
he li'-ic am! l#rin^' hi , shows
< i ?\v 11 . lie has svol i oil I on I he
ro .it present and t he one inhad
here is tin* small* -^t.
I n< t'fMici ions. * >ii<*1 * as the
111nscli -1e^ter. Hossy, tin* '-i..'
lojiued cow. Sous enir post card
photograph-, rinu the hell, cane
racU. h< to,i ia. it it. ton picl lire
and ini..i.i;i iu, iil did a land
oil ice it isine^s. and the projirieioi
s <> a i. I hoe place:-; wel'e Weil
plea v :iii |kills, tile people
;,: i ! ; hi* 11 *a t n 11 -i i ( accorded
I O I I I I ! < I I i I I I I I I i I I lilt 1,11 Ml.,
a stimm! t> \ t I >- ii" mvn
i!.1111i'i hi |?r.ii u; I;.> line
! rc;t! i:11 i, . ic? (i i !< < i i In 'in.
The ?}.min ! i :< 11<'!<I on
i hf '! . v, on ! ii< si h'i'i in front
?s| ,\i r. ( >'" - ! \<i? tire, \v;is
<. I '! . . i il.lt col I I'i Up
<i- ivtl. i I v. i vii'c Iiiri :i?
:i ' T-jilisl ?:>?: ? :i]>I i v.i
I.. - i 11\\ <i 1 i it s;i\v it.
: In- woman' departm?nl \ i
!'.l!< 'i wil I: I. n< v needle and art
work, ;iiid in i';iet nearly every
I hi.; ; : !.< i' ' < !' worni
handiwork, as well as antiques
and old time curios, and was
well attended and greatly appreciate!
by ail who visited this
The baby show was held in J
the court house, had many en-:
tries and was well patronized:!
Many handsome babies were on
Tiio chicken exhibit, held up
I stairs in the court house, caught
j the erowd; many who thought
that "chickens" were "just
chickens," had their eyes opened
to what a realty thoroughbred
bird was, and many made
the re sol /e that hereafter its
only "thoroughbreds" for me.
Many exhibitors showed stock.
some from out the county and
state, and was well pleased, and
in one particular, Mr. J. C. H.
Wilson of Waynesville, N, 0.,;
spoke in high terms of praise of;
the people here and the treat- i
ment accorded him, and asks all
of our fanciers to show at
Waynesville next year. He'
said we had as i<ood birds here
as ho had seen anywhere and ;
I iiicii ?? uvv-vi JI\/U iixj anuaiucu i' /
[nut. them on exhibition any-;
All during the fair the famous
Piedmont band discoursed
sweet and soul-stirring music
all through the I lie three
days of fun, frolic and merry making,
which was greatlv en
The Ivy Water, Light and
Power Company, run their
plant full capacity, turnin.' on
the current each day about 'A
p. in. Two arches consisting of
22 ](>-can<llt> power incandescent
lamps to each wire were strung
across main street and shitwi d
The floral parade, automobile
decorations and rough-rider
stunts was evolved in the fertile
brain of Jerre McMahan and to
him should the praise be given.
He was a great help in planning
and helping to pull off a success
ful fair, and mainly through |
him. was many features of the|
fair so succcssfnl.lv pulled oil".
The fail1 as a whole, was f^ood
hut we believe this to he only
an earnest of the jiroat prosperi
tv and adv uicement. of this the
hest county in the st,at.e, and
speaks voluin -s for our natural
The sleek lior.se-. line mule; .
prettv entile, i'al ho^s. c\ei ili-nl
samples el' fruits, ^rain, < '>i n.
I cotton, "garden Iniriv." p>?! : !;oes,
pumpkins. smuiis.i, ? ' * . in
fact. '-very thin-.* pui i>a . ':i ?:
i?ii '.< >:i, :->.oke \ <?I ..: I > >' I ! i'
j I'l l ! Hity. pr<nhiet.i vi:c . .* , , r.
I sources of i ! i i< < ( ii i; i v . .Mil! I i
l . . ?
. is mi noea !?>!' ;i:I\ in our opi<>
.to html anot h r ' ' ! i->11 d! I'liiin
I vy in which '<> :i, .k<* .1 !i\ inii.
Nat lire has h-.Ti i . \ is:i in I h<
Isin :* sh< ha- ; !!: . <>nl on
this I)irss<'(l I'i !n! > . : svrtir.M of
( !:t's, air! the ir ;' t.< > < i p n? >t
:?? **!; ai i1 111 a >' 11 11 v here
is t;>;> ia/,v <> ni i - ,i living
a1' v >;;im i'.
i i m t <>:'!( . i i )>i d hi at y
(M.tiht and should. t together
r;_hl now. and i. <?.. pi ruia
ih'i11 or^ani/, it ion, s.'ii s! or!; in
1 ilf ('lite; prise. 1 i.-< . j ieee til
uround, nnl up ner.essary
buildings. ami in n<r i he fair a
permanent leatt.ie. !; would l:e
a i_cckw 1 paying i??v? stn?<?nt and
would mean much in i Im- progress
and up I?i:ii<.i11of the
county. Iiook.i! iIm-auricult ullural
advancement that has
Ik'en made sin< e 1 lie firs! fair
was inatiMiinitcM! N?>; himj I hat
rolild h.'W !n ell - i<l <>; done,
null: I or \\ (ill hi ! i. IV. <'i \ < iuped
I h?- 11; fur i! ivsoai < -. : .r. niiiht
out .4toi i:. .lii'' < ' in fine
crop**, or ( ;nir-?'?! I } ,? [mi il ol
com pot ii ion. i I;? i '!? .1 ' " e x < el
my neighbor," 1 iU IMokens
county lair. R . ii i ik-miis
in ike it .1 i main it- < ; . :
.\<\vi year w< Jk?|m- \i, s(M a
!>ivm;r. belter find |^re;it< r f,ih\
The 111<11 erial fr?r i ' .. re. The
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" Pine Clothes Mi
'B^'tiworc und F
more than pleased, nay, charmed,
with what they saw hei'e, J
and spoke in high terms of the
fair. They, one and all expressed
a hope that we would y
hold another fair here next
year, and said that if we did,
we could certainly count on
them being here. The amount rl
Ill illlVfl llSIl^ till" low II ami '
county will get by reason of a
their being Into will l>o immense (
ami of much good to us.
Wo ask Mr. J. Mel). Hruco,
president, ol' the fair, to take
slc|).-' looking to the forming of
stork company ami the maki:;:;
of a permanent organiza
! ion -I ill*' fair.
I ?Va<i? u ill you j<>in n wit h
us ml help a in! become ;i stockholder.
Sideligh s in the F;u-.
The "Midway" wa-; thronged
at .ill limts. pCVI'I Vwlu ic.
iriciti! nx'T and > jnllv
I?I? V;:: htd JoU' W(MV
rra < ! '. !. wit anil wi-?d.i u !' ?vvd
! r? i v wild (|Ui< k i?i i; ' <i <1
' j : : i w;is I) I nd :< < I a In > '
Jollv. well I m h;i vi'd. 1 a '''IV
t't! ; i:: < 1 .(>n ! I n; 11 ii )! ( I in i- cnvims
t ?' ground.
! M inv 'nTSoual i - wcv
a' 1 li<' I'X JKM1SI' ol "" ''ili/.'MS.
() ?? ii 1h? at1 met ions .-i-j'c l
cort.-ii'i l.'l'nw to "kohI" lori.im
;i I?il "John" .-aid lit* could
not "spcil" Ulllc>^ ll?' had ?
drink. 11 was procured fur him
and then ".John1' and th?* li-pior
hot h (li^a pj?'m red
At tin* moving prion- show
tli - l?'n! v. .1 - crowded i.nd room
wis needed. "John" wanted
th?' people to ; *t doSM together
a:> '?> make xtoil) for 1 Most >e
hi ml s< i In- in,r ii.ii, \'ou I '.;s
'ex i?. mm.111 ' i:i there :i I i 11 i < ,: > > i ? s
M r. Nan< e, i he old-1 ime auet
ioneer, who has heen coining to
Pickens for the last kJ.~> venr-.
,vas hero during the Pair. sell!!>'.'
his wans to (lie lieople. His
taik: \ver< full of senseand noil
s'lisr and always caused the
e.r iwds to Luy his wares and
t 'oarl altc" to tuck his
tail and sne d< out.
toll DaCKACMC KttlNCYS and OlA33Cn ,
, v. s | 7- - . ,.. : ' 7 v F;
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\ / >\ t Almost any sort
^ ' when it is first put o
' 'tvV;* 1 worn it a little while
v gun to move arount
of tht* pressing iron
dampness begins tc
j v fabric, unless the si
Hjl j have been wraught
V | cloth has been cut
& $% ' he,p hanging propei
a1 >'' I must c^ng"to nt
^ T $ I firmly against the b
?i y | k pearance of the clot!
J \ |&| I \ well made cus
? : W' 1
| | iii \ be right in the begi
| jj in the end.
| ^ r, l he clotnes wc s<
i;' . ' for the body as it i:
$ . ; / ; be ami therefore, vv
?v ; \ settle upon him, th<
' tween the figure am
Sfc CO. *' |
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RKi^jNyiuj:. s. c.
Do You Believe in a
lade by home people? If you do or (lo no
i (rmif u f/\?? * nf
utn jui ii iiiiV' kjl i ^tiuuvi
rhat arc guaranteed to give satisfaction o
10 questions. Please ask about, them and
ibout thoni. There is one for every disea
>s (Mocks and Fountain Pens.
Please bear us in mind and eome to sc
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SJffotf , ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT !
I? AVegelablc Preparation for.Vv | -q , ^ _r
B si mila ling Hie Fbocf and Rcdirta i JjOojifc
(iti^(lie Siomachs aiullkwcls ,1
|!| ig^Eij Bigna
Prrtmntes Hii'i'iliim rUo-P"! i -'
IneBS and Itest.Contains ncidwr
:!j Opiiinv.Morphinc nor Mineral.
Jfrcipf of Old DrSmwrnvm
ji' - fimpkin Sfrd~
II Jix Sawn * 1
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O' ' I /AT /i
waK'-? Aperfert lU-medy forCoitsflpa j 3 W ? y*
&VJ: < i ion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhon I 5
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fe'JO* 5 ,WSSant*^OSSt)FSLEKP.
wr Fac Simile Siflnntur? of 1 '~?c ?
Copy of Wrapper. *m?o?nt
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ot a suit lo >ks well
n, but after a man has
and his bocly has be:\
in it and the effects.
llilVf wnrn tiwiw oi-irt
) play havoc with the
hane of the garments.
into cloth and the
so right that it can't
-ly, so that the collar
;ck and the lapels lie
reast, the original au
lies will soon be lost.
>tom tailored suit will
inning' and stay right
r)l arc specially made
s and not as it should
hen it does begin to
:re :sn't contest heel
LBR??-: luttfw sjf
it, listen to us. W\ are
ir your money back and
I for the book that talk*
se. Also Rexall Watch
nl Kii!:)-'y i'llis.
ants and Children.
'ind Yoia Have
! the A&
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